Detroit, MI (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
Maria Mountain, MSC. is a hockey trainer and owner of HockeyTrainingPro.com. Her clients include Olympians, Stanley cup winners, and weekend warriors! Mountain is making February ‘Hockey Hernia’ awareness month by discussing sports hernia / hockey hernia on her blog. There is no subscription or email address required to obtain access to the information, which can be found here: http://hockeytrainingpro.com/wordpress/2012/04/understanding-sports-hernia-in-hockey-players/
“There are different types of hernia. Many athletes are not aware of the different types or the strategies that can be used to prevent a hernia from happening,” said Maria Mountain. “Many athletes, especially hockey goalies, think if the pain is gone then so is the injury. With sports / hockey hernia- this couldn’t be further from the truth. I’m using the entire month of February to focus on this issue.”
Any person or media member can access the complimentary sports / hockey hernia information. The information, complete with bullet points on cause and prevention, can be accessed here: http://hockeytrainingpro.com/wordpress/2012/04/understanding-sports-hernia-in-hockey-players/ Members of the media are invited to speak directly with Maria Mountain, MSC. About this issue and, in some cases, receive complimentary one-on-one training.
About Maria Mountain, MSC. “I have a special interest in training hockey players and have been fortunate to work with some great ones including former Montreal Canadiens goaltender, Jeff Hackett, NHL’er Steve Rucchin and a Stanley Cup champion in addition to athletes playing pro hockey in Europe and hundreds of amateurs from the OHL and competitive level. My purpose is not to train only NHL players, my goal is to work with athletes who are willing to work hard and train smart in their pursuit of a goal. If that goal happens to be winning the Stanley Cup, then so be it!”
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